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College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

Dept. of Crop and Soil Sciences

The Campbell Lecture

The Campbell Lecture was created to help further understanding of environmental soil science.

It is named for Gaylon Campbell, who spent nearly 30 years as a professor of environmental biophysics and soil physics in the WSU’s crop and soil sciences department. He retired from WSU in 1998 to become vice president of engineering at Decagon Devices, a local manufacturer of biophysical research instrumentation.

The lecture was created through gifts from Campbell Scientific, Inc., and Decagon Devices, Inc.

Recent Campbell Lecture Presenters

 

2014

Dr. John Gamon, Professor, University of Alberta “A New Look at Northern Photosynthesis: Monitoring Changing Productivity in Northern Terrestrial Biomes with Optical Remote Sensing”

2013

Dani Or, Professor, Soil & Terrestrial Environmental Physics, Director, Institute of Terrestrial Ecosystems-Swiss Institute of Technology “How Do Porous Terrestrial Surfaces Control Evaportation Into the Atmosphere?”

2011

John Selker, Professor, Biological and Ecological Engineering, Oregon State University “Discovery between the cracks:
Measurements to address
the unknowns of soil water
dynamics and ecohydrology”
Video (wmv)

2010

Dennis Baldocchi, Professor of Biometeorology at the University of California, Berkeley “Why Ecologists Need Soil Physics, and Vice Versa”

2009

John Norman, Professor of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at the University of Wisconsin “”Evapotranspiration Estimates on Scales From Canopies to Continents”

2007

Daniel Hillel, International authority on sustainable management of soil and water resources and author
“”The vital and challenging role of environmental soil science in an increasingly troubled world”

2006

John Baker, Research Leader, USDA-ARS Soil & Water Management Unit, St. Paul, MN
“Biometeorology and Biofuels”

2005

Part I: Dr. Masaru Mizoguchi, “Soil Information Monitoring by Field Server ”

Part II: Dr. Takeshi Ishizaki,”Study on Conservation of Cultural Properties in Asia”

2004

Bob Horton
“Advancing Environmental Investigations by Taming the Challenges Posed by Dynamic Surface Soil Properties” (video)

2003

Michael H. Hecht
“The Phoenix Mission to the Mars Polar Regions: Getting Down and Dirty” (video)

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